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Sale price: $32,729.00 make an offer

Car location: Front Royal, Virginia, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.05) based on 389 votes

Up for auction is my awesome 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner with documented 82. 46 original miles. This car is equipped with the matching numbers 383/335HP engine. atching numbers 727 column shift auto trans. ower steering and matching numbers 8 3/4 3:23 posi rear . I have spent the last 1 1/2 years doing a full nut and bolt restoration to this car to beautiful show car quality. Every piece on the car has been restored or replaced. No part has been overlooked. It is truly a fantastic zero rust car. I am the 3rd owner of the car and only bought it to restore it. It has only had 215 miles on it since it was finished in late July 2013. It is a brand new car.

The car was completely stripped down to nothing then media blasted and primed with DP90 epoxy primer. It then got a new full trunk pan. oth trunk extensions. ear bumper crossmember and rear lower quarters all with new Goodmark metal. All of the factory undercoating was stripped completely. The frame rails were coated on the insides with Eastwood's internal frame coating then the inside. utside and underside was all painted the original Tor Red EV2 with only clear coat on the outside and engine compartment. All of the chrome trim has been polished to a mirror shine. The door handles inside and out are new reproductions and the bumpers are new AMD reproductions.

The original 383/335HP. 88 engine has been completely machined and rebuilt with new rings. earings. iming chain. ears. il pump and has upgrades of a . 474 Mopar purpleshaft cam. opar performance electronic ignition. TI 2 1/2 inch slip fit exhaust system and the correct numbers Holley carb has been jetted up 2 sizes. It has all new reproduction Mopar pentastar coolant hoses and Mopar plug wires. The correct number 22 inch 4 core radiator has been recored as well. The fuel lines are all new reproductions from Fine Lines and the hoses are new Mopar.

The original matching numbers 727. 68 trans has been completely rebuilt with NOS Mopar gaskets. eals and clutch discs. The speedo gear has been changed to match the new tire sizes and has new reproduction trans cooler lines from Fine Lines.

The original matching numbers 8 3/4 3. 23 posi. 54 rear end has been completely rebuilt also with new bearings and seals.  

The brakes have been upgraded to manual front discs with an adjustable proportioning valve for the rears. The original 11 inch rear brakes have all been rebuilt with new Mopar wheel cylinders. prings and shoes. All of the brake hoses and lines are new reproductions from Fine Lines.

It has a brand new reproduction fuel tank and stainless steel fuel tank sending unit.

The interior is all new with Legendary seat covers and all new burlap and padding underneath the covers. The carpet is brand new correct from Trim Parts. The door panels and 1/4 trim panels are all new from Legendary along with the sail panels and an NOS headliner. All of the gauges have been restored by Auto Instruments and all of the dash bezels are new Mopar authorized reproductions. It still has the original glove box liner with the factory inspection stamp on it. The heater box has been completely restored with a new heater core and all new seals and foam. Every piece of insulation and foam seals on the car have been replaced with new reproduction parts from Detriot Muscle. All of the window regulators and door latches have been cleaned and restored. The door glasses and 1/4 glasses are original but do have some DA marks on the very bottoms when the car got it's first repaint in the mid 80's. The windshield and gasket are both brand new and it has the original back glass. The package tray is new reproduction with opposite speaker cutouts. The original AM radio works great and it has a AM/FM CD player installed under the dash and 2 6x9 speakers under the package tray.

All of the wiring has been gone through wire by wire and connector by connector. It has been all retaped using Tesa tape for the dash. ront end and rear wiring. The engine wiring has custom fitted due to the electronic ignition and has been retaped using Polyken tape. Both battery cables are new reproductions also. The starter has been fully restored. he alternator is new rebuilt and the coil and voltage regulator are new Mopar reproductions. The wiper motor has been restored by Passion4Mopars.

The front suspension has been fully rebuilt with all new ball joints. ie rod ends. ie rod sleeves. dler arm. itman arm. ower control arm bushings and everything has been media cleaned and repainted.

The rear suspension has brand new Mopar performance heavy duty leaf springs with the extra leaves. OS Mopar shocks. ew axle clips and rear shackle bushings.

The wheels are all Mopar 15 inch steel wheels 7 inches wide on the fronts and 8 inches wide on the back that have been media cleaned and powder coated Jet black with Plymouth Division dog dish center caps and new BF Goodrich's all the way around. 275/60/15's in the rear and 235/70/15's in the front.

The vin tag reads as follows: bottom row E63. 32. M23N0A130863. Second row: EV2. 2X9. X9. 24. 62779. Third row: EV2. Fourth row: 088. 54. 68 and top row: 14153. 31339. The car has a build date of 9-1969 and the original seat covers had dates of 9-11 and 9-12 written on the insides. o it was built in late September of 69.

This car was sold at Maryland Motors on January 12th 1970 then traded in at Chandler. tewart and Woodward Dodge in Fredricksburg. A in 1974 with only 54677 miles on it. It was then bought from the guy I got it from on October 3rd 1974 and he kept it for 38 years and only put 27474 miles on it until I bought it with 82131 miles on it and restored it and have put just a couple hundred miles on it since finishing the car. I have the original owners manual. arranty card and insurance cards from the first owner. I have original bill of sale from the Dodge dealer in 1974 and lots of VA state inspection pink slips since then documenting the car and the mileage. During restoration I also found 2 build sheets. under the back seat and 1 also under the front seat. So I have both and a copy of the VA replacement title that I got when I bought it. The previous owner lost the original during the 38 years he owned the car.

I tried to tell as much as I could about the car but I could go on for days about. The car is located in northwestern Virginia close to the intersection of interstates 66 and 81. If you want to come look at it please do and I encouge it. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. If you have any questions please fell free to call me Mark Dove 540-671-6350

Why sell the car you may ask. ecause this is what I do. I am a life long Mopar person and love to see them on the road. I have been working on them for the last 30 years with the last 23 years as a Chrysler dealership master technician. I build/restore super high quality cars to give a lifetime of pure enjoyment and shows. This car is truly a fantastic car that will last and be enjoyed for years to come.

Buyer will be responsible for shipping and a $500. 00 non refundable deposit due within 48 hours of the end of the auction. Car will be sold without any warranty. The remainder of payment can be made in cash at time of pickup.

Thank you for looking. eading and have a great Mopar day !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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